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that hillary clinton will be the next president. in second place, way down, jay bush, jeb bush, he only had 6%. with the media already thinking that her fetus the old, dd says this is all the proof that you need. there's no question that they are more democratic than republican. but compared to the obama fervor. the collective thrill, it won't be quite that much more exciting, as it? >> look at what jay carney dead. he was a carny and she's got a mess on her hands. look at what clinton said. look at what she did. >> in what way? but what lott did she break? she may have acted poorly, but why? >> if that is the case, we don't know. and it is a serious issue. and so already we know a lot of cover-up. and she is just as bad as nixon or clinton. >> we want to bring in our all-stars. she has to actually understand. it looks at the foolish things. >> but where is the leadership in the republican leadership? what is the phrase that we use? tingly in the spine? and start the process. >> i'm not disagreeing with you. but maybe the republicans can just counter with somebody there. >> they are asking th
have what it takes to topple democratic darling hillary clinton in 2016? >> i'm confident he can reach out to people who may at this point feel like the republican party doesn't listen to him. >> a new report says he's gaining momentum. we'll take a look. >> his organization gave more money to the minority community than others. >> the leader of the l.a. naacp resigned under fire after planning to honor clippers owner donald sterling. does the civil rights organization really serve the folks? >>> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi, i'm laura ingram, in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. benghazi and americans' distrust of the government. that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as speaker john boehner finally announces a select committee to investigate benghazi. a recent fox poll shows 61% of americans think the administration has been in cover-up mode on the issue. it's pathetic handling of the attack that killed four americans, has bred more distrust and more cynicism in a pu public that needs good new
by president clinton and continued to be violated by george bush. i don't blame russia for its great for our instincts to stop it. so that's a big part of the negotiating posture both countries are taking to the ice age for example could wind up green announcing the agreement that i believe was announced in tbilisi where we said that we were looking for georgia to eventually eventually be a member of the site of the american is going to die for tbilisi and article five applied to tbilisi with my tomato a phony alliance immediately. i make those having a hard time as it is anyway. it doesn't have the resolute desk trying anymore since the soviet threat went away and were desperately trying to find one for a doubt are out of area operations became the latest attempt to do so in afghanistan and elsewhere so visit this is a complex problem but it does have the answers to it. it just requires exquisite diplomacy had a lot of ability on both moscow and large the spark to sort of book of situation from as i said hey nobody wins except ukraine and others denied that cotton is trapped in the future o
and back dramatically cooler in the end. clinton continues sunday monday but will start the warm slightly to the rest of next week. >> : and bay area couple getting started already of the devastating blow to that why they are hoping for your urgent for their generosity. >> : controversial took on her boss down sterling did you hear some of what she has said. >> : bulldog: you don't need superpowers to help someone. sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a more independent life. bulldog: we need your help to do more. give at mattressdiscountersdogs.com, or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people and today it entirely new type of a one-man band high- tech style. these pans offer the where to play and hear more than 100 types of musical instruments. this is really different tonight our tech reporter gabe i
't show anything w, if hillary clinton was not running for president, if she was not a candidate in a lot of people's minds already we wouldn't be talking about benghazi already, about something else. >> they do show proof of a white house coverup in that e-mail, despite subpoenas from congress and statements that everything had bin turned over. all when the president was touting a victory over al qaeda. less than a week after benghazi, the ambassadors told sunnyvale rice to go on the sunday talk shows, not a broader failure of policy. but that was again the white house line, it was a tough election year but democrats are argue as michael just said that there isn't anything new in that e-mail, that there's no smoking gun, that what rhodes wrote is in line with earlier talking points. so is this in ado about nothing? >> we don't know where president obama was, he wasn't in the situation room. he was in the situation room when osama bin laden was caught. but when we have an attack on our can embassy and an american ambassador was killed, this was an election year, his attack on terrorists o
believe hillary clinton and jeb bush will be facing each other in 2016. only 11% said yes. 89% said no. please vote tonight. the question is, which congressman is your choice to chair the select committee on benghazi? trey gowdy, pete sessions, mike turner? cast your vote and later we will have the quotation of the evening. and keep your eyes out for this exciting new book. my first fiction thriller. in current law enforcement officer, the book debuts on may 6. that is tuesday, may 6, with the hardcover e-book and audio book versions, you can pre-order at amazon.com. or visit us at loudobbs.com for all of the wings. we highly recommend it. and in fact there is no limit to our recommendation. i had a who working with jim on the book. and it's fun to write fiction. and you can say all sorts of things in the book that are maybe not fiction. we are coming right back. >> a deadly new virus was no known cure has now appeared for the first time in the united states. a full report on the alarming case of it here [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectil
, then secretary of state hillary clinton. you looked them in the eye. >> that's exactly right. this memo, it came out on the 12th -- i'm sorry, on the 14th. this was about the same time that i met hillary clinton when the bodies came in to andrews air force base. and i think i mentioned this to you before. hillary clinton came up to me and i gave her a handshake and a hug. and when i shook her hand, she said to me, "we are going to have the filmmaker arrested." even at that time she was trying to place a spin on what happened. it wasn't a result of a video. they had two drones above the battle in benghazi feeding real-time video to the situation room in the white house. they could see as it was happening on september 11th and september 12th for seven or eight hours, they watched this battle happen. they didn't watch a video protest. they watched a battle with militants that were associated with al qaeda. >> yeah. now earlier this week we had testimony, brigadier general -- retired brigadier general lovell testified the military should have tried to intervene. now, we have talked to you about your
committee can discover, this is whether or not it goes up to the president and secretary clinton. >> do you see this as designed to thwart a hillary clinton effort in 2016? >> michael, let me get to it in one second. i think in what christian has said, this is the guts of it. i've been an intelligence officer for 20 years, and the first thing you are taught is that first reports are often wrong. and i think in your interview, and in fact in the beth jones e-mail and the ben rhodes discussion of the talking points what you see is a white house trying to get to the bottom of what happened. it was not clear what happened initially. and again, i just don't understand why the committees, after nine hearings, close to 50 briefings from the administration on the issue, are not focusing on trying to fix the problems, for example, such as greater support for our diplomats abroad. quick diplomatic security forces where they're needed and making sure the department of defense and state can defend. >> so do you think it is politically motivated with an eye toward secretary clinton running in 2016? >> w
an al qaeda group was linked that night. on the night of the attack, mrs. clinton spoke with the president. at 10:07 p.m., clinton sent out a press release before the attack was over, linking the violence to the video. bret baier asked tommy veeter where that information came from. >> september 11, who tells hillary clinton at 10:00 p.m. to put out this statement that says some have sought to justify this vicious behavior, the announcement has already happened about the benghazi attack, as a response to inflammatory material posted on the internet? at 10:00 p.m. eastern time, this is still going on, this attack. so where does that come from? >> i don't know. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this is like two years ago. >> dude? everybody is talking about this. >> we're talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do. >> reporter: he conceded that the president was not in the situation room on the night of the attack. >> when hillary clinton ta
. >>> i heard last night that president clinton tharnlged abraham lincoln's ghost $10,000 to sleep in his own bed. that doesn't seem right to me, you snow ah-ha. no. look, the president, you know has come under a lot of fire for raising money. but you know, you know, he's good at it. he's good at raising money. that's not a bad thing. every president has done it. it's just that president clinton is very, very, very good at it. he has organized over 100 fund-raising dinners and over 200 fund-raising midnight snacks, did you know that? is he laughing? is he ? is the president -- as he is drinking a lot of water ultimately he is laughing. tomorrow night in washington, the white house correspondents' dinner which afford, let's be honest, the ethically dubious and arguably in poor taste annual public opportunity for members of the white house press corps to all but ka ed innoodle the people they're offering. and though that point of the event is, the one virtue about the white house correspondent's dinner, it is funny even when comedy pushes the limit for what you are allowed to say in polite
seized by another country. would moscow show restraint week after week. how would president clinton responded parts of this country were seized to request to remove his army from those parts of the country. there is some irony in russian demand given the manner in which it would deal with separatism within its borders. it has been 63 days since russia began its campaign to annex crimea. the ukrainian government has chosen peace day after day. russia, day after day, has chosen to pursue more territory. consider the following facts. it stopped almost all train movements. that is an illegal act. it is an illegal act. for russian activists beat up to journalists near the administration building. we can go on and on about the illegal acts. 32 buildings are under occupation. we have seen dozens of officials legally detained. and the group of eight monitors objected in direct defiance. alongside all this action, we have heard the russian federation building its case for intervention. we were not even part in the ukraine in the good old days. invoking article 51 and self-defense as activate
agrippa's clinton did not die for 43 minutes tuesday after being injected with a new combination of drugs. execution was disrupted. he began convulsing try to lift his head he says something is wrong. oklahoma authorities cut scribbling to review the problem. one reason the drugs were not taking effect the convicts veins had collapsed. the problem that and notice. the president is getting involved calling for our review of the death penalty nationwide. >> : a discuss with others to get an analysis of what steps have been taken not just in this particular instance but more broadly in this area. i think we do have to as a society as ourselves some difficult profound questions. u.s. world only a handful of countries that still carries out the death penalty penalty and criminals. the constitution and its cruel and unusual punishment for years the preferred method has been that weasel injection. to avert a form of cocktail of drugs. there's been a series of high-profile botched executions as a result of other problem short of what each of reliable drug trade >> : raising questions your word as
. this graphic and the speaker.gov. #benghazi is where you can find tweets about how hillary clinton has buckets of blood on her hands. the white house sends more personnel to the bundy ranch over cows than they did to benghazi. it's the place where people think that a white house communications adviser looking at white house talking points is the next watergate. #benghazi isn't just online, it's an entire industry, an entire imaginary realm. it's where, for instance, lindsey graham has actually been living for the past year. >> this is not a fox news story, this is an american story. i'm not satisfied with having the executive branch tell me what happened in benghazi. the scumbags are the people in the white house who lied about this. we're just starting on benghazi. >> #benghazi is the alternate fox news universe where there is only one thing going on in the world and it is benghazi. >> all right. we were waiting for others to ask questions. we know that the next question coming up is from a german reporter. we are not anticipating that that would be about the situation with benghazi, which is
definite ideas about who will be the next commander-in-chief. willthink hillary clinton run and she will be an interesting candidate. there are some republican governors who have done great. scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush. i think the republican governors have shown that you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate, be fairer to your state wiselyun the so that the future is not jeopardized or impaired. the great french political 1909 theer said around american system of democracy will prosper until that moment when the politicians discover that they can bribe the electorate with their own money. it is a path to destruction. it will not help working people. it will not make for a better future. steve wynn violated that one with george clooney. there may have been some tequila involved, expletives exchanged. nn, wanted to tell us all about it. live in a and doctors very strange bubble of their own. ed, highlyollycoddl privileged like george, barbra streisand, successful performing artists live in a relatively small world. they are very solicitous and caring for them. t
obama isn't running again but hilary clinton might and she was secretary of state. what was she doing at the time? the sper view last night first came to my mind the 2008 campaign by hilary clinton. the 3:00 a.m. phone call. who is going to be ready to take that 3:00 a.m. call? the president wasn't even in the situation room during a major emergency. >> the 23-year-old aid who doesn't believe this is important at all. and there are four dead americans including the first ambassador killed since 1979. >> he said well it's just old news. i don't know why it happens in politics it's okay to give up the investigation and i think essentially that's where we're at. but let me ask you another question. i want to add tommy veitor and the interview is picking up steam online. i tweeted this, is bret baier changing his twitter name to dude and he said i think i'll leave it. next time carny uses bush as an excuse respond, dude, that was 5 years ago. and tommy himself chiming in. no doubt that bret baier is a good dude. thanks for having me on. should he be the news dude from now on? >> i think t
drives politics. the economy, gas lines, got to blame somebody for this crap. clinton on the other hand swam through his problems. the economy was really good. so the context of most of the politics that we talk about, personality at all often times comes in that package, that box that says how are you doing? >> it's that whole atmosphere. you take on the chark tacterist of the atmospheres. the atmospherics should be getting better. >> the republicans are doing a good job. >> if the news is bad, they're going to be the ones that are going to give the middle class and the working class a chance at fighting back. that is the elegant and overarching strategy here. we're going to keep telling you guys that we're the ones fighting. >> everybody says you shouldn't brag and the bush family would never brag, but the fact is that's old money talking. old money doesn't have to brag. >> new money does. >> yeah. and i look at -- i washed the feet of some good democratic candidates because they didn't know how to do it. we just came off of eight great years of the clinton era. he wouldn't do it. the
for president is just about as sincere as hillary clinton's wavering on her decision to run. we'll see if the rest of the party will follow suit because that's going to be essential for any republican who wants to win an election in be 2016. >> jason thanks for joining us, great to see you as's. >> thank you. >> you can check out al jazeera america's groundbreaking documentary series borderland, sunday 9:00 p.m. pacific 6:00 pacific on al jazeera america. >>> in yemen, an interior minister says, five fighters were killed in the battles today, sources tell al jazeera that local tribes are trying to get the two sides to stop fighting and allow civilians to leave. yemeni forces are trying to retain control of southern yemen an area roughly the size of new jersey. >>> days before that country hosts an international economics conference. 19 people were killed in a bombing outside the capitol, a similar attacked killed 75 people. nigeria's government following the kidnapping of hundreds of school girls. yvon ndege has report. >> initially the unministry said 129 girls were being kid nached.
today in moscow and also here in the u.s., we seem to be falling behind. during the first clinton administration, i recall that we had a bit of a debate. would it make sense to invite nato and russia to become over time a member of nato? recall, 12-13 years ago around 2001, that question was raised again. obviously the russian's response was we are not interested in being a member of nato, we are interested in the change a relationship. russia went further and came back to us more recently with a whole new concept for the relationship between the west and russia for european security. some of the ideas that were put forward by medvedev during his tenure as president of russia simply in our you were not acceptable to all in the west. it was just not going to work. i think to finish, we have thehed the point where ukrainian crisis, we will need to take a sharp look again at how we can over time construct a european order, a european security document that is good for us and also ok for russia. ahead, wase jump there a feeling that the west was taking advantage of russia at a time of
clinton and it was on the night of the attack at 10:07 p.m. when she released a statement to the media about the death of that foreign service officer. what we don't know is whether there really was intelligence that backed up that position. what we know is that within 24 hours, there was intelligence that conflicted but no correction was made. >> and we know that the president talked to secretary of state clinton before he came out. today in the rose garden the president was with the german president and he said something that raised some eyebrows on this issue. >> the notion that this is some spontaneous uprising in eastern ukraine is belied by all the evidence of well-organized, trained, armed me lish thats with capacity to shoot down helicopters. generally local protesters don't possess that capacity of surface-to-air missiles or whatever weapons were used to shoot down helicopters. >> the president is talking about russia's actions in eastern ukraine. but it sounded a lot like senator john mccain after benghazi. >> that's a stunning statement the president said i don't believe the
, as president clinton did. >> thank you both for your time tonight. have a great weekend. >> you, too, rev. who needs facts when you have darrell issa. he's taking the gop scandal machine to a new low. plus, we'll look at president obama's secret weapon. humor. it's how he knocks down the laughable attacks from his critics. >> some folks still don't think i spend enough time of congress. why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell they ask. really? why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell. and it feels like your lifeate revolves around your symptoms, ask your gastroenterologist about humira adalimumab. humira has been proven to work for adults who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief, and many achieved remission. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, seriou
block? >> let me finish what i think. hillary clinton said we know islamic radicals kill these people, what difference does it make anymore? >> because they covered it up. if they did it before, they will do it again. >> every administration covers up things. >> should they cover up because it makes the president look bad? >> who cares? who cares? average american is not saying, gee, i wonder what happened with benghazi. go after the fbi, go after all the things we're talking about. we've overkilled this. the republicans are using this for political reasons. not that they don't care about four people dead, do you think it would be in a committee -- >> if you were admitting that this was used to win an election. >> that didn't win an election. it was a piece of winning an election. >> i'm sorry. it was part of him wing. >> it was the flour in the batter. >> if you look at incumbent houses they are going out of their way to avoid controversy -- >> you know what else dude said last night that no one had ever said in 20 months. he said president obama was not in the situation room. we're
-- >> -- that was thrown out the window with hillary clinton and the crew there in benghazi. >> i felt like i had to come back with a "dude." >> benghazi. >> benghazi. >> good to have you with us tonight. thanks for watching. right up front, it has been a great day for the president of the united states. i mean, for years, republicans have been complaining about the obama economy. oh, yeah. when is it his economy? remember that back in 2009? righties have been try to get the president to admit everything is his fault. >> what we need the president to do is to say the obama economy is not working. >> the obama economy is producing slow economic growth, high unemployment and stagnant wages. >> the obama economy is making life more difficult for all americans. >> i think people are going to conclude that the obama economy is not working. >> if i were president obama, i'd keep the champagne on ice. this is not an economy to be proud of. >> well, mitch, it's time for you to whip out at least maybe half a bottle of champagne. the obama economy is booming, considering where we were. the economy added 288,000 ne
and tv guy. you have that. bill clinton, i guess, that was a radio thing, too. i like things interesting and different. >> so you want edgy? >> i want edgy. and i would argue that stephen colbert benefited from that and maybe benefitted in a partisan way that offended a lot of potential conservative fans of his. we knew where he was. >> i think it's tough because people are sitting there saying, 15 jokes about cnn and 30 about fox. zero about msnbc. >> the whole nerd prompt thing, it's such a ridiculous misnomer. are nerds this vain? >> i like it. our 50 minutes are up. >> our 50 minutes are up. have fun, everyone. >> you can, of course, read mark's book. watch joel mchale's big speech right here on cnn at the association dinner that starts at 8:00 p.m. eastern and we're going to have a red carpet preview event. don't worry. i won't be judging who wore it best. follow me on twitter @jaketapper. check out our show page @thelead. >> jake, thanks very much, breaking news, brink of war. the death toll and the unrest, is the crisis spiralling out of control? breaking news, banned from the nba
matched against hillary clinton and you were the only republican to beat her. any comment? >> i look at jeb bush as a colleague, not a competitor. i would look at hillary clinton a competitor of ideas. whether or not i run or jeb bush runs, our ideas clash, because i really do believe we have way too much government. i think the manner which we hasn'ted foreign policy asia disaster. so it -- is a disaster, so it be a clash of ideas. i don't know we have that many clashes. >> you say you're pretty close? >> on many things we are there would be nuances youch don't take any two republicans anywhere and they would agree on 100 things but probably aglow on 58 to 90 and that makes us closer than i would be to nancy pelosi or hillary clinton or harry reid or barack obama. >> i see that argument. i'm going to give you another shot. an iowa poll, you're fame with it. let me tell the audience. an iowa poll, you came out on top. ahead of paul ryan and ahead of jeb bush. not by much but you're out ahead. in iowa. what's that -- what would that tell our audience, governor huckabee? >> the people
into the fall terms. and just maybe in the big election that comes right after them. >> what did hillary clinton direct? what did she want? what was her communication with the president? >> implicated in what did she know, when did she know it. on her watch. >> joining me now is new york magazine's jonathan shade and political editor at the huffington post sam stein. i think at this point they need to say benghazi, hillary clinton, benghazi, hillary clinton, for maybe the next two years. >> can they keep it going? i didn't think they could keep it going this long. >> they did. what strikes me -- you wrote today, john boehner, let's talk about the select committee. this seems to be like the most exciting thing that happened in conservative circles possibly in years, that boehner decided to let his freak flag fly and authorize this select committee on benghazi, no less that michele bachmann expressed her joy over this. because apparently the nearly 50 hearings have not uncovered yet the truth. >> it's like one notch more respectable than birtherism. it's like the michele bachmanns of the world who
. want to run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be a good candidate. there are republican governors who have done terrific jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie. job inh did a great florida. i think republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate or your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized. i think that is the lesson we will try and convey, hopefully -- whether you are democrat or republican -- that there is a path here. , the greatocqueville french political philosopher, system ofamerican democracy will prosper until such time as the -- politicians is covered they can bribe the public with their own money." it is a path to destruction. it will not make for a better future. it will destroy them. >> all right, he is quite a character. and to steveph wynn for that. coming up, the unemployment rate did drop and the payrolls did increase. i will speak to the vice chair energy and commerce committee, marsha blackburn joining
can debate whether it costs jobs or not. i remember when we raised the minimum wage under bill clinton we had the best following years of job creation we've had in the last 60 years. you can't debate the fact that when you raise the minimum wage it has the effect of raising other salaries up and up as well so i think there's a lot of stuff in the democratic arsenal and particularly the point larry makes is a good one what. do the republicans have to say about the economy? cutting taxes and lowering regulation? we tried that in the bush years, and it was a total failure. >> no, no. hang on a second. front page of the "new york times." bill clinton in his second term or actually after he got shell lacked in '94, and he's proud of this, and i'm going to back clint on on this. he was a great economic president. you know why? he was a supply-sider in his second term. he lowered the capital gains tax and participated in a deal with gingrich on welfare reform, on free trade. he did all the right things. those guys cut spending. that's the kind of agenda we need right now. here's one for you.
hillary clinton and former cia director david petraeus, to cross-reference their testimony about the night of the attacks and how the state department and the cia were working together in benghazi. the question today is what was this week's tipping point to call for a select committee, and the speaker's statement hinted very strongly that it was these new documents as ed mentioned, that lead directly into the white house, quote, the administration's withholding of documents, e-mails showing greater white house involvement, in the misleading of the american people, is a fragrant violation of trust and undermines the principles of overslight upon which our system of government is built. we understand fox's recent reporting on a d.c. firm was of great interest to the speaker's office because it showed that many of the key players in the benghazi scandal are now employed by a firm friendly to mrs. clinton, john. >> so what are we hearing from democrats on this? >> well, we haven't heard a lot from democrats but the house minority speaker seemed to sum it up, she had not been formally advised b
is about a run-in with the secret service and president clinton. what happened there? >> well, it was jackie robinson day, the first ever that they had, and they were going to retire jackie robinson's number, 42, throughout all of baseball, and president clinton decided the night before that he kind of wanted to be a part of the ceremonies. overnight shea stadium transformed into something that more resembled la guardia airport that there were metal detectors placed all over the place, and mr. met, myself at the time, couldn't get his big noggin through a lot of the metal detectors which caused a backlog in the line. you know, there was a little bit of metal in my head. the wands would go off when nypd was frisking me. they threw me up against the wall and put the cuffs on me. secret service was having none of that. they kind of -- they kind of, like, took me aside and said, mr. met, we're not going to bother you anymore. do what it is you normally do, but just so you know, there's snipers all around the ring of the stadium. approach the president, we go for the kill shot. >>
at straws to try to hurt hillary clinton or whatever. you can see the global media doesn't care. >> we saw the general testifying yesterday, getting emotional saying, you know, it could have been prevented had the state department really sort of tipped them off. and so my question at newt. let me throw this at you, you know, if hillary clinton does run in 2016, how does she answer those questions about what her state department did or did not do? >> she has a real challenge because last month, for example, more tweets about benghazi than there were about hillary clinton. this isn't going to go away. it's really about honesty and about accountability and transparency. but i do want to say a word and praise the white house press corps. this was the wrong place to raise that issue. it's a big deal. i think they focused on ukraine correctly. >> okay. let me end with this, something the three of us were talking about at commercial break. i do want to talk about basketball with you two. and newt, i know you are the ideas guy and i know you have an idea when it comes to the ownership of the l.a.
basder to nigeria and served during the clinton whitehouse. we have a distinguished panel. i will turn to the our guest. >> thank you for the chance to testify on behalf of catholic services. i am scott campbell the region director covering the seven african countries. we are present in about 100 countries around the world and providing assistance and development programming. we have been in c.a.r. and our work is funded by the use government and sierra's private fund. i was in cer for three weeks in march and before that in january. i met my colleague rose during the second visit. i would like to share a few ideas about what has transpired in the country and how we are prioritizeing the work. crs is present from the whole breath of the country from the southeast and in the lar affected areas. and we have a very important u.s. aid funded program there working communities affected by the lord's resistance army. we are present in the capital with our partners in the south provinces and in the northwest as well. during my most recent trip i was in the northwest part and saw the refugees
petraeus setting next to former secretary of state hillary clinton, correct? >> well, i think that's the key. we start to look at this as bringing all the pieces together. we've had a number of hearings both on foreign affairs and ogr and a lot of differecommittees. this brings it together, focuses in and brings justice. that's what the american people want. we want justice and now's the time to do that. >> so what do you see as far as timing? when is this going to happen? >> certainly that is unfolding as we speak. and when the actual vote will happen in the house, i know that leadership is discussing that now. i expect it to be sooner than later. as we see that, bringing together committees and staff to go ahead and focus on that, simultaneously, though, the subpoena for secretary kerry will go ahead. so hopefully we'll get a little bit more truth by may 21st when he's required to testify. >> congressman mark meadows, north carolina, thank you for your time today. >>> now for more on the select committee, let's go to catherine herridge who's live in washington with the breaking d
was a united states senator in 2012 when the attack occurred, hillary clinton was the secretary of state. i'm not sure what he'll be able to add as far as what happened during those critical few days. this is an issue that could hover over the former secretary if she decides to run for president. >> we've heard her testify on this issue in the past. it's clearly something that's an important issue for her. an emotional issue because of four people being killed. it's going to be something that comes up on the campaign trail, should she decide to run. but this is a way for republicans to kind of get into this whole notion of the president's foreign policy. has it been effective in fighting terror? and this is something they're going to use. >> some good news for the president, those job numbers we reported ted top of the hour, almost 300,000 new jobs created last month alone, 288,000 to be specific. >> you notice, it's the first thing the president talked about when he was doing this press conference, was angela merkel. >> he said my good friend angela, i want to start off -- >> i just want t
it is a good issue to it motivate their base. and hillary clinton secretary of state at the time of the attacks it doesn't hurt them and they will continue to hammer her as well. >> is it just motivating the base or something that needs to be explained to the american people. >> there are two schools of thought. bud mckey who is chairman of the house armed committee who believes that there was no order given to stand down and the military didn't do anything wrong and while wanting to know more why the people die and tragedy occurred is not throwing blame around and said barak obama and hillary clinton have blood. and then others say they purposely let four people die. >> and there are some who wanted to know what happened in the future. and that is a lesson going forward. guy, with the information provided by the new batch of e-mails, it is more about what happened that night but the white house approach to explaining what happened that night or defusing what happened that night. >> this is not republicans. this is the truth. john, the biggest questions pertaining to benghazi have to do immedia
, hillary clinton, secretary of state during this, why not put mud on hillary clinton's tires ahead of 2016 when a lot of folks feel she'll be the presumptive nominee. >> it does seem it looms large. yes, benghazi is mentioned in passing but it's clear that the quotes that these republicans are taking issues with are about the broader range of protest happening in the region which were linked to a video, not a coordinated attack. do you think in light of that these attacks will hold water? >> it's an interesting thing, if you go out throughout the country, ronan, folks who subscribe to the conservative media, they are obsessed with this issue. the general public wake up worried about what happened in benghazi? probably not, probably more concerned about the economy and future holds for their children. when you take into the complicated dynamics that are the house gop and internal politics, you sort of see as to why boehner moved forward on this. i personally do not think this is going to be the end all, be all issue of the 2014 midterms, americans care a lot more about other things. nancy p
was being turned into a massive killing field the world stood idly by. both president clinton and ewan chief kofi annan had information that could have prevented or at least mitigated the rwanda genocide but chose indifference that enable the slaughter of unprecedented proportion. i herald a series of hearings, three, on rwanda and what are the people who we had information in hand. the general was there on the ground willing to take action to curtail what turned out to be upwards of 1 million people who were slaughtered and with that information, again i could've been prevented or at least largely mitigated. when the blood stopped flowing the word looked at the corpse piled high and shocked. never again was the phrase of egeland lives. it is happening again. our witnesses know and they will bear witness today. the question before us today is whether the phrase never again is one we sober used to pay lip service while nothing being done or not enough and whether not we're going to act. we do have to distinguish witnesses from state today and as i mentioned that's assistance secretary jackson
,rt with the oldced -- with the old ced plan, going back to clinton care, there is a lot of good stuff in the bill. let's build on that and a lot of bad stuff has been taken out, like the class act, more good news you never heard about. it has already been removed by the administration. sot people enjoy hating much. so, give credit where credit is due, and let's add a malpractice case to this bill. republicans are afraid to do that even though we could save tens of billions of dollars because they do not want the stigma of being associated with this bill. >> congressman? >> i could not disagree more. liability reform is something the republican house has been after for years. the missing link in the affordable care act was fixing tr, the liability system, and letting doctors talk to each other. >> where is the burgess bill on malpractice reform? >> i am glad you asked. >> that is not a bill, that is a book. >> you know this because you are a doctor, but here is the you heardl question, from the last panel repeal is not a viable alternative. millions of people have written contracts based on an exi
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understanding the west german elections have come from very close on the bill clinton and what cold to very bad under george w bush again not sure though. today barack obama i not know america will still need to rebuild trust and war with our issues like ukraine and the nsa scandal can allow that remains to be seen the grover urine use washing the icc services in the south korean capital seoul. the mother rescue operation up to two subway trains collided. it's understood dozens of hostages and endangered the first reports suggest am not seriously hurt. witnesses say a train was hit in the rehab i mean coming mon when i was leaving the station. one night as the rail and passengers walked a short distance along the tracks to the station media sources said. one passenger train is on board announcement in the fleet of passages to stay inside that most people ignored it and force the doors open to escape the accident comes just two weeks after south korean ferry sank leaving three hundred dead or missing in the country's worst disaster in twenty years. marlins to the defence minister has accused the
the fellow we have on what bret baier last night but remember what hillary clinton said, what does it matter now? imagine if you with the families of those people. why don't they want to get to the bottom of this? is unconscionable. stuart: he is the man, he is the man who changed the wording from attacks to demonstrations. the complete have that on what went down that night and he did it. and that is another link to the white house i take it. >> absolutely. we still don't know what happened, still don't know what the conversations were, why troops weren't sent in, why the american public was misled. this is a big story and i think the white house must think the national media is stupid because to get on television and watch what jay carney says the way he talked to these reporters as if this is nothing, this is a nonsense story. if i were a journalist in that room my would be deeply offended. stuart: the establishment media does not wish to pursue this story. >> they are treated in a way that is offensive they have to cover this story and that is what you are seeing this morning in the medi
then secretary of state hillary clinton on september 11th, 2012, at 10:07 p.m. before the attack was over linked benghazi violence to the video. we believe this is the first public statement to make that connection. on "special report" last night bret baier asked what information was mrs. clinton relying on at that time? >> who tells hillary clinton at 10:00 p.m. to put out this statement, that says, some have sought to justify this vicious behavior. the announcement has already happened about the benghazi attack. as a response to inflammatory material posted on the internet. the united states deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. our commitment is to religious tolerance. goes back to the very beginning of our nation. let me be clear. there is never any justification for violent acts at anytime. at 10:00 p.m. eastern time this is still going on this attack. where does that come from. >> i don't know. >> reporter: little is actually known about the president's whereabouts about the night on attack. when pressed former spokesman said the president was not in
for the position he holds. >> you can can say that clinton is lucky and he caught the tech boom, or clinton was lucky coming out of the recession, but one thing that you can cannot explain isway is the difference of the poverty reduction members. >> we appreciate the chairman coming to the meeting, and we did not get a lot accomplished -- >> we need to talk about getting to the root causes of poverty. >> well, he has a lot to learn. >> the goal here is not to go after mr. putin personally, but the goal is to change the calculus. >> and right now, we are looking at live images from the rose garden where we are awaiting a news conference by president obama and german chancellor angela merkel , and joining me live is the correspondent and host of "andrea mitchell reports" and msnbc political editor mark murray, and thank you for join g ing us. >> good morning. >> andrea, i want to start with you as we wait for the president and the german leader to emerge, the situation in eastern ukraine is deteriorating and two ukrainian held koicopters shot this morning, and several reports of journal itsel
the republicans polit sizing trying to keep the story alive? certainly al political weapon against hillary clinton if she rungs for president in 2016? >> yeah. let me say when i say, you know, not political, i mean this is of a presidential campaign. in the sense, in the hot house, everything is seen through a political lens. >> doesn't mean when you send someone on the sunday talk shows to intentionallily. and to your broader question, for the republicans, it's all parts of a larger thesis that they have >> i think in some cases, very sincerely of continuous deceit and dissembly by the white house and its agencies and whether it's somehow shafting the tea party and the irs if in cincinnati or undue federal to sole solendra, the solar panel outfit and then you throw in their belief that obama has not been successful in the war on debatable. you mix that with the possibility that the person was a secretary of state at the time of this is likely, if she runs, you know, the favorite to beat whomever they put up for president. and, you know, you have a pretty steamy political mix. >> certainly has got
storyteller. >> who would you like to see run for president? >> good question. i think hillary clinton is going to run. she will be an interesting candidate. i think there are some republican governors that have country for jobs in their states. scott walker, chris christie, jeb bush did a great job in florida. i think the republican governors have shown you can take care of your citizens, be compassionate for your citizens, be fair to your citizens, and run the state wisely so the future is not jeopardized or impaired. i think that is the lesson we are going to try and convey hopefully whether you are democrat or republican. the great french political 1909sopher said around that the american system of democracy will prosper until the moment the politicians discover they can bribe the electorate with their own money. we are now writing the people with borrowed money. it is a path to destruction. it will not help working people. it will not make for a better future for the people today. it will destroy them. >> i'm going to tell you something. i was impressed with steve went. he got in
allies made a good faith effort to convince russia the security was converging. president clinton said the test of russia's measure is whether russia, the big neighbor, can be the good neighbor. despite the reservations of many new members, nato established the partnership for peace and negotiated the russia-nato piece agreement and some went so far to see that russia might join the alliance. but we were never blinded to the risk. former secretary of state warned in 1995 that among his words, one of the plans of preparing is that russia will abandoned behavior that characters history particularly during the soviet period. and nato must stand ready to visit the basic principles underlying its relationship with russia. nato enlargement didn't invite russian aggression. it didn't form crisis then or now. instead it settled old disputes and promoted freedom and free mact markets and advanced the cause of peace. that is why nato holds the door open for aspiring members. consider the alternative, a world without nato enlargement and not the asurances they provide. it would have risked a prec
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